Emoji began as a pretty way of expressing sentiment that might have been lost in texting but you cannot really control how an emoji is been used also their usage has been expanded beyond showing just sadness, love, anger and hate. But nowadays people can post an entire message on Titter, Facebook with just an Emoji and other people will understand the meaning. If Emoji takeover is imminent, then you might need to get a dictionary to translate those little round heads and what they actually mean. For that reason, Whatmoji is the real thing. It is a web application that allows you to insert an emoji and it will automatically tell you what it represents
Visit Whatmoji and insert the emoji you would like to look up for the meaning, and click “Identify Emoji”. After doing that you will get a detail of the emoji both the code needed to put in the absence of a proper emoji keyboard.
Whatmoji might not translate all the messages which is written in just Emoji but it will tell you the characters they represent. The application also has an entire lists of Emoji’s that are grouped into their individual categories i.e. Emoticons, Transport, Pictographs et al. But the lists are not exhaustive and some of the categories like nature and sport are missing.
The application can be used perfectly on mobile devices where the emoji keyboards are always available although you can probably find another way to insert an emoji into your web browser via add-on or an extension.